A professional railway UV inspection
systems that incorporates the DayCor®
daytime corona detection technology
shock absorbers and rugged
Designed to enable high speed automatic
detection of corona and arcing, provide
high resolution images and straight forward reports.
Rail is a complete inspection tool with the most sensitive Visible-UVc bi-spectral detection apparatus and absolute solar blind performance.
Rail performs accurately and reliably in high speed of up to 300km/h, without smearing the image and with high pinpointing resolution.
Rail is equipped with Ofil’s narrow angle optical lenses through which the exact pinpointing of corona/arcing emitters from distances—is possible.
Rail uses shock absorbers that eliminate shakings and jerky motions and provide smooth inspection
Rail is uploaded with proprietary/tailor-made software and to suit specific individual needs of railways companies
- Fit for inspection under any light and weather conditions
- Position system
- Automatic corona detection
- Automatic post inspection software
- Full Automatic focus for both UV and Visible channels
- Automatic blob counting and display for evaluation of the corona strength
- Video recording output
- Full automatic operations
- UV only, Visible only and Combined UV + Visible modes
- Accurately pinpoints sources of corona and arcing
- Offers robust inspection capabilities independent of power line loads and weather condition
- With internal storing
- High speed riding without missing coronas
Railway inspection for corona and arcing is an important factor in securing reliable transportation, and where the public good is concerned.
- Corona, being an intermittent phenomenon with typical repetition rate, is tricky to observe. The faster you ride the greater is the chance to miss a problematic spot. Scanning at lower speed yields more detailed information but the covered distance will decrease. The DayCor(® Rail is the solution for it is sensitive enough to allow high speed inspection.
- The need to identify structures and document meticulously the recorded inspection videos need to be digested and produce readable reports for instantaneous action.